#911Truth WTFact #31: Demolition Expert Danny Jowenko Dies In One Car “Accident”
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To date, the parties responsible for 9/11 have done a reasonably good job of covering up the trail of dead witnesses and whistleblowers. For people trying to find a classic “movie style” cover-up, the death of Danny Jowenko may be it. Jowenko was killed in a single car “accident” on July 16, 2011 in the Netherlands, when his car slammed into a tree. Danny Jowenko was a world renowned demolition expert who attained a growing fan base amongst the 9/11 Truth community prior to his death, and unfortunately like the posthumous boost artists normally get, his name has become more well known after his death. During a 2006 interview, Jowenko, unaware of what he was watching, was shown video of WTC Building 7’s collapse and was asked to analyze it. He concluded that the collapse was a controlled demolition and pointed out hallmarks, as he seemed to be impressed with the job well done, almost like a sports coach watching game film of a new prospect. Upon learning the details of what he was viewing, his facial expressions show that he was doing some simple logical math and clearly comes to the conclusion that the circumstances of the collapse are suspect as he then questions the time frame of the day’s events. His response is genuine and candid, watch the video clip below and you can see the heavy analytical thought plainly on his face (the full video is at the bottom of this article).
Danny Jowenko’s Initial Reaction Before Learning About WTC 7
The full interview goes into discussion of why he was convinced the collapse of Building 7 was due to a controlled demolition. They cover the structure of the building, the number and location of support columns, the logistics of time and personnel required, the pattern of the building’s collapse and why it wasn’t due to fire.
Jowenko even tried to clarify his original statement as he tried to break through the cognitive dissonance between the evidence and the narrative, specifically as it relates to the timing, approximately 8 hours after the initial attacks. They discuss that it would be possible to rig the building in such a way, with limited time and the right personnel. He briefly tries to rationalize the inconsistent series of events but eventually is left with the perception that explosives were responsible for the collapse.
Here are some quotes from the interview that 911Blogger selected.
“…it starts from below… They have simply blown away columns.”
“This is controlled demolition.”
“A team of experts did this.”
“This is professional work, without any doubt.”
Watch the video to expand on this as we will cover Building 7 later in the countdown, this article is about the circumstances of Jowenko’s death, which deserve some scrutiny.
From the Daily Paul
Jowenko received international attention as the expert who unequivocally described the collapse of Building 7 at the World Trade Center on 911 as a “demolition.”
Jowenko made the judgment before he knew it was WTC7 he was watching on the video. He commented: “This is a controlled demolition which was carried out by a team of experts.”
From Veterans Today.
Jowenko gained further notoriety when former Director of Studies at the US Army War College, Dr. Alan Sabrosky, said in a radio interview in 2010, that his skepticism of the official 911 story was prompted by Jowenko’s testimony. Jowenko’s death comes three days after Sabrosky gave an exclusive interview to PressTV in which he again reiterated his belief, which he says is common knowledge in some intelligence circles, that elements within both the CIA and Israeli Mossad planned 911. Dr. Sabrosky holds the General of the Army Douglas MacArthur Chair of Research at US Army War College.
He holds that the attacks were planned and executed in order to achieve dovetailing foreign policy goals, foremost the invasion and Balkanization of Iraq. Sabrosky says this has long been a goal among “Neo-conservatives” associated with the think-tank Project for a New American Century (PNAC.)
It is one thing for the average person to suggest WTC 7 was a controlled demolition, but for a demolitions expert with no knowledge bias to say that is entirely another. Danny Jowenko’s death may appear innocuous as his comments had been public for 5 years, but just 3 days before his death, Dr. Alan Sabrosky talked about him on Iran’s Press TV, which reaches a large international audience.
Aside from the timing, the circumstances seem a bit strange. There isn’t much written about the accident itself in English language media but most describe it as a head on collision. The video below of the crime scene shows the impact in the driver’s side door joint which suggests the car slid or veered out of control to the driver’s left and struck the tree. Based on the angle of the impact, it looks like Jowenko tried to swerve away to the right, causing the deeper impact than a side swipe of the tree. It’s also reported that his dog survived the accident, which causes some question the impact force of the crash and thus whether Jowenko could have been drugged and possibly lost consciousness at the wheel. See the video below.
The problem with looking at a cold case is the details necessary for complete proof are usually gone, but you must admit the circumstances are suspect.
Here is a February 2007 interview where Jowenko confirms his analysis that WTC 7 was controlled demolition and could not have been caused by fire.
Telephone interview with Jeff Hill 2/22/07:
Jeff Hill: I was just wondering real quickly, I know you had commented on World Trade Center Building 7 before.
Danny Jowenko: Yes, that’s right.
Jeff Hill: And I’ve come to my conclusions, too, that it couldn’t have came down by fire.
Danny Jowenko: No, it — absolutely not.
Jeff Hill: Are you still sticking by your comments where you say it must have been a controlled demolition?
Danny Jowenko: Absolutely.
Jeff Hill: Yes? So, you as being a controlled demolitions expert, you’ve looked at the building, you’ve looked at the video and you’ve determined with your expertise that –
Danny Jowenko: I looked at the drawings, the construction and it couldn’t be done by fire. So, no, absolutely not.
Jeff Hill: OK, ’cause I was reading on the Internet, people were asking about you and they said, I wonder — I heard something that Danny Jowenko retracted his statement of what he said earlier about World Trade Center 7 now saying that it came down by fire. I said, “There’s no way that’s true.”
Danny Jowenko: No, no, no, absolutely not.
Jeff Hill: ‘Cause if anybody was — Like when I called Controlled Demolition here in North America, they tell me that , “Oh, it’s possible it came down from fire” and this and that and stuff like that –.
Danny Jowenko: When the FEMA makes a report that it came down by fire, and you have to earn your money in the States as a controlled demolition company and you say, “No, it was a controlled demolition”, you’re gone. You know?
Jeff Hill: Yeah, exactly, you’ll be in a lot of trouble if you say that, right?
Danny Jowenko: Of course, of course. That’s the end of your — the end of the story.
Jeff Hill: Yeah, ’cause I was calling demolitions companies just to ask them if they used the term, “Pull it” in demolition terms and even Controlled Demolitions, Incorporated said they did. But the other people wouldn’t — didn’t want to talk to me about Building 7 really because obviously ’cause they knew what happened and they didn’t want to say it.